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Archeologists unearth remains of birthplace of King Arthur’s palace in Cornwall

King Arthur is thought to have been born at the royal palace of Tintagel in Cornwall that has been for long considered mysterious. After recent excavation at the site, archeologists uncovered the remains of the palace that could help confirm the truth about the king that has passed over to generations.

Trigger events like exposure to violence linked to elevated risk of violent crime in week post exposure

Published online by JAMA Psychiatry, a study of Sweden patients suggested that trigger events like exposure to violence were linked to elevated risk of violent crime in the week after the exposure in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder patients and among the ones without psychiatric diagnoses, involved in the study for comparison.

Men may be more at risk of dying from obesity than women

A new study found that obesity is around three times more fatal for men than for women. The study conducted on about 4 million men and women from across the world was published online on July 13 in The Lancet. However, there is no a clear link between obesity and mortality which means more research is needed.

Hello Games delays ‘No Man’s Sky’ launch until August

In a Friday announcement, Hello Games has revealed that the launch of ‘No Man’s Sky’ game has been delayed until August 2016.

According to the announcement made by Hello Games, the North American launch of ‘No Man's Sky’ game has been re-scheduled to August 9; while the launch of the game in Europe and the UK is now scheduled for August 10 and August 12 respectively.